Hillary has illustrated how easy it is to disembowel Donald Trump. However many limitations that Hillary Clinton may have, this speech illustrates that Hillary may not be a perfect candidate, but electing Donald Trump as President of the United States would be almost as bad as watching Sarah Palin take the oath of office,
and watching as Palin made Todd her Vice Presidential candidate.
1. He is obsessed with himself.
2. He should not be let anywhere near the nuclear codes because he could start a war when somebody “got under his very thin skin.”
3. “He’s not just unprepared — he’s temperamentally unfit to hold an office that requires knowledge, stability and immense responsibility,”
Trump retaliated by saying:
1. “I watched Hillary today and it was pathetic. It was so sad to watch,” Trump said, calling it a “political speech” that had nothing to do with foreign policy.
2. “It was a pretty pathetic deal,” he added.
This attack by Hillary is the kind of “sardonic, unrestrained humor that she often shows in private interactions with friends and reporters but has refrained from displaying in public.”
And when she argued that Trump’s lack of knowledge on foreign policy and temperament would put at risk decades of Republican and Democratic foreign policy advances, she appeared to be making a pitch for disgruntled national security conservatives who feel unable to put their trust in the Republican nominee.
“She attempted to convince voters that Trump’s ideas are a mix of “bizarre rants, personal feuds and outright lies.” She lambasted his “bragging” approach to foreign policy based on a string of “nasty tweets” and accused him of harboring a “bizarre” affinity for authoritarian leaders like Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Communist rulers of China and North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un.
“We cannot put the safety of our children and grandchildren in Donald Trump’s hands. We cannot let him roll the dice with America,” Clinton said.”
“He says he has foreign policy experience because he ran the Miss Universe pageant in Russia,” Clinton said. “The stakes in global statecraft are infinitely higher and more complex than in the world of luxury hotels.”
She added: “I will leave it to the psychiatrists to explain his attraction to tyrants” before taking aim at Trump’s claim that being a global business tycoon equips him with significant global knowledge.
“You know, there’s no risk of people losing their lives if you blow up a golf-course deal,” she said. “But it doesn’t work like that in world affairs.”
“He also says, ‘I know more about ISIS than the generals do, believe me.’ You know what? I don’t believe him,” Clinton said, drawing cheers from her partisan audience of around 250 people.
This was supposed to be Hillary’s foreign policy speech. However Hillary used it to point out the ultimate and complete disaster that woul inevitably occur is Donald Trump was ever put in a position to determine foreign policy for America. “This is a man who said that more countries should have nuclear weapons, including Saudi Arabia. This is someone who has threatened to abandon our allies in NATO, the countries that work with us to root out terrorists abroad before they strike us at home,” Clinton said.
“He believes we can treat the U.S. economy like one of his casinos and default on our debts to the rest of the world, which would cause an economic catastrophe far worse than anything we experienced in 2008,” she continued. “He has said that he would order our military to carry out torture.”
“Imagine Donald Trump sitting in the Situation Room, making life-or-death decisions on behalf of the United States. Imagine him deciding whether to send your spouses or children into battle. Imagine if he had not just his Twitter account at his disposal when he’s angry, but America’s entire arsenal,” she said.
“Do we want him making those calls — someone thin-skinned and quick to anger, who lashes out at the smallest criticism?” she asked rhetorically. “Do we want his finger anywhere near the button?”